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is supposed to be a clean energy alternative. a new report shows it is producing toxic waste. that "the willis report" is on the case. ♪ gerri: all that and more coming up. first, breaking news tonight. early looks at tonight's state of the union address. in his fifth address to congress the president will say this, nothing at night first posed should increase our deficit by a single dime, not a bigger government, but the smarter government. setting priorities and investing in broadbased growth. all this happening and about three hours from now, but no matter how it spends, spending is spending, and the federal government is racking up. the average length of president obama's previous addresses as one hour and five minutes and 21 seconds. think about it. the amount of time it takes the national debt to rack up just over $042 million extra. with more on this, former cbo director. welcome to the show. first off, your reaction to these comments he will make that he is not going to get us into any more debt trouble at all. do you believe that? >> he certainly is going to propose more spending wh
" panel. a publisher of energy magazine and chief clinical correspondent with the "washington examiner" and fox news contributor. we're obviously talking about it right now. the stakes are very high, the union loves this thing creating thousands of jobs in the country. but environmentalists are fiercely opposing it. putting them in a peculiar situation as best i can put it at this point. >> his duct between the constituents. the democratic party in general. just the other day there was a protest in front of the white house, some top officials were arrested. they're all demanding obama killed the pipeline. at the same time the building trades division, powerful unit supporter of the president on a conference call with the american petroleum institute calling on the president to approve the pipeline. you can see how he is stuck between the constituents. sandra: i want to take this out to tyson. i want to use the number from the american petroleum institute, they say the ke keyse type one would create 20,000 u.s. jobs. the labor unions are for it, environmentalists are against it, why are
-- >> today no area holds more promise than our investments in american energy. >> the president making new calls for more green spending. the same week a government report revealing some major misuse in a green grant. 150 million taxpayer dollars going to electric battery company where inspectors found employees playing video games, card games, cards, working at animal shelters, all while on the clock. and the only batteries they' building, so far they're in south korea. we keep hearing stories like this. so at a time when we're desperately looking for places to cut the federal budget, is this a perfect place to start? hi, everybody. welcome to "forbes on fox." let's go in with steve forks, rick you thinker, elizabeth mcdonald, morgan brennan, rich carlguard and mike. steve, if you want to cut waste, is this the place to start? >> sure, david. green energy a great place to save green dollars. if green energy had any promise, entrepreneurs would be in on it. in terms of clean energy, we have it in our backyard with natural gas, remove obstacles to that, we'll have all the ean energy we want
on "the willis report" less than 48 hours for president obama's bush for spending a great energy democrats unveil a new carbon tax. also, a growing problem hurting our nation's children. public-school teachers constantly calling in sick and you are paying for it. and the new american airlines. will it mean more fees and higher fares? we are on the case tonight on "the willis report." ♪ we will have all that and more coming up, but first, risky federal programs. by that i mean a new report by the government accountability of this unveiling the 30 federal programs and operations that3 have the highest risk for race, fraud and abuse, six of which have been the lowest ever since it was first released in 1990. with more on this demand editorial board member of the wall street journal. my question was, only 30? >> that's right. this is only the latest lesson. if you go over the reports from the last ten years are so you're going to find literally hundreds of programs that have been on the watch. by the way, i go back to the early 1980's when you have the famous reports of the regular administr
oil and gas revenues to fund energy security trust. i propose a fix it first program, to put people to work as soon as possible on our most urgent repairs. like the nearly 70,000 structurally deficient bridges across the country [applause] no one who works full-time should have to live in poverty and raise the federal minimum wage to $9 an hour [applause] tonight i propose working with states to make high-quality, preschool available to every single child in america [applause] nothing i'm proposing tonight should increase our deficit by a single dime. melissa: so that last part was the part that got me because if you added up all the things he talked about it w hard because they were not totally specific but you came up with about $16 billion in new spending. i'm wondering how that doesn't add to the deficit at all? jonathan, you're shaking your head. go ahead to attack it first. >> more, smoke and mirrors from the president, unfortunately melissa. as a results as all government force does in the destruction of wealth. the destruction of jobs. when government gets in the business of
will get a vigorous private sector if the government backs off and let's the dynamic energy of the private sector go forward. neil: he will be talking about not only bigger government but smarter government. government can do a lot of good. do you think government can? >> look, we don't need smarter government. we don't need more efficient government. we needless government. people in middle class and people in the lower classes they don't need more government, they need jobs. we need to create jobs. we need the economy to grow so that we can fund these government programs. look, government could be run better. everything could be run better but we don't need more government. we need more jobs. we need need more investment. with we need more prosperity. we're not on the path to that. i hope tonight he will take a different course. i'm not expecting it but i'm hopeful. >> thank you. neil: president's cabinet coming in. new addition, john kerry, replacement for hillary clinton as secretary of state. leon panetta the outgoing defense secretary. that hagel confirmation approved in committee is
. thousands of people are still without power. first energy ceo is talking to us exclusively about the impact of the past weekend's massive storm. >>> red hat is more than just an operating system. you will hear all about it from red hat's ceo first on fox business. >>> and competition for your wallet is heating up. a new app for the iphone. we have money gram's ceo coming up in a fox business exclusive. >> i'm cheryl casone. it is the last hour of trading. the countdown to the closing bell begins right now. liz claman is on assignment in cleveland where goldman sachs held its first graduation ceremony for entrepreneurs. fascinating stuff. you will hear about it in a few minutes. but first, to these markets, stocks are down, but trading at their best levels overall since november of 2007. the dow down almost 35 points as you can see on your screen. s&p losing ground as well, down a fraction. and the nasdaq down more than 7 points. we're going to watch it for you in the last hour of trading. there are some individual names we're looking at right now. these are some names that are hitting new h
decision for the president. does he side with energy independence? >> this certainly should not be a tough decision. this really is close to a no-brainer. he talked about it over and over again in his state of the union speech. he always talks about union jobs. this is infrastructure. this is union jobs. the great thing about it if it does not cost a penny to the taxpayers because it is all privately financed. even if you agree with the promise that global warming is a big problem and this oil will contribute, you know what, if it is not consumed here, it will be consumed somewhere else. it is not like it will go away. i do not think that the environmentalists have really thought this through. i just think they do not want it. dagen: this oil will go to china. it will be refined there with much looser environmental standards on refineries in that nation. not to make fun of our northern neighbors, but do you really want to make this country mad? canada has made it clear that it could retaliate against the u.s. do we need to be worried about this? >> that is a great question. they are part o
royalties from drilling on federal land for the energy security trust. how is it possible that they just don't know if they're collecting the right amount or not? >> exactly. that's a long-standing problem they have had at the department of interior. we put them on the high-risk list a number of years ago for three reasons. one was the reorganization that they were undergoing in terms of mineral management. the second was the royalties issue, exactly what you're touching on. the third was making sure they had the right people, petroleum engineers and other specialists in place that could actually run the organization. this time because of progress they made just on the reorganization part, we were able to narrow the high-risk issue but the problems remain on the, both the revenue side and on the people management side. they really need to make sure that they have the right people in place that are, that are petroleum engineers and other allied professions that can oversee and work in that department. melissa: they could just be giving away oil because they have no idea what's going on. how m
of road and bridge building, a green energy security trust fund. he said we could grow through government action and it will not raise the deficit one dime senator rubio responded with the exact opposite. free enterprise would result in prosperity for everyone and the senator, addressing president, i don't oppose your plan because i want to protect the rich. i oppose your plan because i want to protect my neighbors. election 2016 began last night. "varney & company" is about to begin and i tell you now stocks could hit a record high very could hit a record high very soon. today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our brother's keeper. what's number two we wanna do? bring it up to 90 decatherms. how bout ya, joe? let's go ahead and bring it online. attention on sit now starting unit nine. some of the world's cleanest gas turbines are now powering some of america's biggest cities. siemens. answers. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money.stor. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? isha
into negative territory. losses in energy help lead to decline. the major indices each posted slight losses next on "money," it's not easy steps is the president. dr. ben carson may have done just that. he sure of the health care system instead tax-loss with president obama just a few feet away. dr. carr says your to give us his vision for a better fiscal future. plus, you may know your credit score, but it could be dead wrong. turns out tens of millions of credit reports of bears. >> "money" coming up. i'm a conservative investor. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my instments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. today is gonna be an important day for us. you ready? we wanna be our br
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energy is not as green as you think. the associated press reports transporting the hazardous waste created in the manufacturing process actually adds significantly to the carbon footprint. who knew there was hazardous waste; right? that offsets green benefits solar is supposed to offer. michael of the cato institute is here to explain. tad, i'm in shock. tell me more. >> well, there's liquid waste that occurs from the production of solar panels, a lot of them use galium arsenic. remember when president bush was excougated because he wanted to poisen us putting arsenic in the water supply. you want to know how green they are? not very. anybody who invests in them loses money. melissa: if you look at this specifically, this report, i thought, was amazing because, you know, they had a university professor who was talking in environmental studies talking about how it takes three months to generate enough electricity to pay off the energy it costs to transport the hazardous waste away from the one project. it's like you make these things, and then it creates so much had arkansasous wast
will eventually pay. but wait, there is more. in this energy mess, the raid on your money keeps rolling along, doesn't it? the president will make oil companies pay for wind and solar and they'll pass that along. two, you'll pay for another green energy fiasco, taxpayer money wasted on a green battery maker, no batteries. you are paying much more at the pump. regular has never cost so much in the the month of february. one last one. these people now dictate america's energy policy. an actress and a kennedy, and a mere handful of others get worldwide public city. they don't like the pipeline. hold on a second, we're not done. warren buffett buys heinz 28 billion dollars, windfall for john kerry? "varney & company" is about to begin. ♪ [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ] mo rain... [ thunder rumbles ] ♪ [ male announcer ] when the world moves... futures move first. learn futures from experienced pros with dedicated chats and daily live webinars. and trade with papermoney to test-drive the market. ♪ all on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >> you know, this is the big deal of the year so far. wait f
for crude. what do we make of this energy market? >> i tell you, it's probably the most difficult thing to trade. equities are difficult. liz: right about now. >> i have to agree with both of them about running and esteem. licking and $98 the crude market. get back to like i talked a lot, slow grind. the market is getting tired. somewhere around there. some news. you can sit down and talk. but in the back of everyone's mind, if you look at the cracks -- liz: i'm sorry, what news? let our viewers know because i don't assume everyone knows what happened. >> i heard there was a little bearish news that they would sit down and talk, you know, have talks going forward about their nuclear programs. if they're going to sit down and talk about it that was something that cannot laden the date. we heard all of this type of stuff. i wouldn't put much credence into. but i would is the product price . place it above the crude. it is still over $30 per barrel. higher. $30. so i don't see as collapsing and falling apart. i think we see a pullback. options exploration, $96. a good, round number in the
there are very near fulfillment. >> well, look, china supplies 90% or more, 90% or more of north korea's energy. supplies substantial amounts of food and other humanitarian aid. there is simply no doubt china could change what it acknowledges is a real component of instability in northeast asia, and that is a nuclear program. what they are afraid of is that the regime in north korea is so weak that if they applied pressure it will collapse and the peninsula will be reunified under american control. i think we can talk to the chinese about why it is ultimately in their interest to get to a point that will happen someday and make it something that they can live with when career reifies. we had started talking to china two years ago we would be a lot closer. lou: i don't know if they do this in diplomatic circles, but it just doesn't work. >> never too late to start because right now number three is on the verge of being able to sell that nuclear weapons capability in the work. lou: let me raise my hand, and i understand that, but it still doesn't work, not even in diplomacy or foreign policy. wha
the environmentalist made the claim that green energy is cheaper than coal and natural gas. really? we'll get the facts and a reaction to this after the break. >> clean energy, that's also available here in the the united states, that's coming in now cheaper than coal. cheap her than new gas, puts more people to work than dirty fuels like coal and gas. >> wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. 18, you always have the war among you. forgive me but i will turn that ar
subject, and that is energy. >> today, no area holds more promise than our investments in american energy. after years of talking about it, we're finally poised to control ore own energy future. we doubled the distance our cars go on a gallon of gas. lou: wow, that's true on paper anyway. from 27 miles per gallon to 54.5 because of a deal with the auto makers back in 2011 to have vehicles with an average fuel economy of 54.5 miles per gallon. he didn't double it though, even though it's twice as much because what happened is the 27 -- the 27 miles per gallon is now the deadline for the 54.5 miles per gallon is 12 years away, just a slight exaggeration , 2025 #, that's when that kicks in, seems somewhat futuristic to say it's already doubled, and, by the way, the car makers will not make the changes for the mileage until 2017 models roll out. again, the president, a slight 12 year, little better than a decade exaggeration, no harm, no foul. finally, the claim on the what caused a stirment the federal minimum wage. >> even with the tax relief we put in place, a family with two kids that ear
conventional cars for a wish somebody told the department of energy that. >> he repeated something that has been well known for years and should have been known with the obama administration the electric car is the next big thing it has yet to replace the internal combustion engines because of cost, range and value. gerri: where do you go to recharge its? so many practical issues not taken into consideration but there were benefits for these at what point* do we say get out of the private sector? >> great point*. a bureau chief in detroit made that point*, the reuters article that you are referencing, a the public's indifference. [laughter] it is such a great wine. the numbers last year nissan thought they would sell 20,000 of the knees on the if but they sold 10,000 but ford sold 60,000 of the f-series pickup they sold more pickups in six days than nissan sold in one year. [laughter] gerri: the president wanted to put those cars on the road but no such luck. but now you are writing about wind energy? >> last week "wall street journal" i talked about fish and wildlife service is charged wit
a little credit. >> tom:, will is a lot of questions about the energy efficiency system in new orleans. this caughter doesn't understand why sequestration is such a problem. >> tom: i am, too. you didn't buy that for a 2nd. tax increase on the rich was going to solve anything. thanks to everyone that contacted us this week. we are open for business 24/7. check out our facebook page and you can like me there. weird way of saying it but you can like me at my facebook.com sullivan show. follow me on sul very van radio and all of the ways to contact me is on my main web page. we're on many local radio stations around the country. we'll have another great tv show for you next week right here on fox business. in the meantime, i hope to hear daddy. you have got to stop. that is my $0.2. have a great weekend. >> good evening, we are now looking at pictures of a live shot of boston expected to be the epicenter of the blizzard hitting this our most bracing for the effect of the potentially deadly blizzard some areas expecting 3 feet of snow we will have full coverage. among the stories vice pres
for employees in the united states. we need to spend more time and effort and energy and resources on making certain that americans pursue degrees, advanced degrees in mathematics and science and engineering and research careers. but the facts are that we have hundreds of thousands over the next few years of job openings. in the absence of being able to feel those with american students who have graduated and are looking for work, if they can't be filled by someone else who has studied in the united states, those who have that skill set and intellect, those companies are going to go outside the united states. the global demand for talent. here is what i say about the legislation. we are talking about it as it relates to the entire immigration debate. in my view, 80% of my colleagues would agree with me. republicans and democrats think that this is common sense. it is about creating jobs and economic opportunities within the united states. if we do not do it, the jobs will be created elsewhere. we cannot wait. 80% of my colleagues agree with me. but yet, there are those that say if we can't d
the exact tax rate will be. especially to consider energy and its impact on our economy. it is growing and growing. some of its manufacturing renaissance, $100 billion of new products, it was because we have this wonderful energy. president obama is doing even his best to scare those folks. neil: thank you very much. in the meantime, one of the president's fiercest critics, whether washington is giving business a whole lot more grief than what they need right now. and this time, a meteorite injuring 1000 people in russia. with nasa cutting back, how do with nasa cutting back, how do we prevent another tragedy like all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. st seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. neil: tax hikes kicking in. whole foods trying to pump up business by bringing prices down. they say that they are trying to reach a broa
go through the economy is what the exact tax rate will b. especially to consider energy and its impact on our economy. it is growing and growing. some of its manufacturing renaissance, $100 billion of new products, it was because we have th wonderful energy. president obama is doing even his best to scare those folks. neil: thank you very much. in the meantime, one of the president's fiercest critics, whether washington is giving business a whole lot more grief than what they need right now. and this time, a meteorite injuring 1000 people in russia. with nasa cutting back, how do we prevent another tragedy like neil: tax hikes kicking in. whole foods trying to pump up business by bringing prices down. they say that they are trying to reach a broader market. good to have our next test. >> afternoon, neil. neil: as a whole foods market fan, one thing i would argue is that yes we do pay a little bit more for your stuff. do you lose a little bit of your cachet in the products you sell, and in a way, giving in to these economic forces. your inner self? >> well, that's a fair question
go through theeconomy is what the exact tax rate will be. especially to consider energy and its impact on our economy. it is growing and growing. some of its manufacturing renaissance, $100 billion of new products, it was because we have this wonderful energy. president obama is doing even his besto scare those folks. neil: thank you very much. in the meantime, one of the president's fiercest critics, whether washington is giving business a whole lot more grief than what they need right now. and this time, a meteorite injuring 1000 people in russia. with nasa cutting back, how we prevent another tragedy like my mother made the best toffee in the world. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your
's in your wallet? i usually say that. make america it energy independent. >> 1980. >> 1980 by. >> government fails. here is my favorite "state of the union." >> the big era of government is over. >> but it is getting bigger. what is in store for our future? tonight. [cheers and applause] in limited government with individual freedom if somebody like ron paul would run for president. he is here. dr. paul, why didn't you run aor president?i e >> i had a dream that i did. i had a dream i was doing very well and by one the primary in iowa and a lot of the next morning and watched tv but my name was never mentioned. it was a dream. maybe someday. john: you often we're ignored by many but you did get more than 2 million votes in the republican primaries.n >> i was pleased, you always d want to do better if i wasi wase encouraged by the young people that showed up that is where i became more optimistic. i did watch some of theour "state of the union" messageat tonight i did not come out very optimistic with that but this -- addressing. on college campuses there is bw reason to be optimistic. >> yo
for that. gas prices have been climbing for three straight weeks. it is up $0.27 a gallon. energy analyst is the analyst for the schork report. >> what is causing it now is a rash of refinery outages. both here on the east coast and west coast. quite frankly, the market is fearful about the availability of supply. this is what is driving the market up in the near-term. the fear is that oil prices in general are about 15% lower at this point this year and then they were relative to a year ago. retail gasoline prices are higher at this point. the january gasoline contract expired a few years ago. where it expired implies in the cast market, we can still see another 15-20% rise in gas prices. melissa: there are so many things that are lining up not great. gas prices, we usually have a quiet january. that did not happen. it seems like, prices at the pump are going even higher from here. >> right now we need to see a material correction in crude oil prices to have any chance of seeing lower year on year gasoline prices. the odds of that are not good. crude oil prices, as i said, are about 15%
from michigan, he is chairman of the house energy committee and joins us in new york right now. welcome to the program. congressman welcome to the program. seriously, do you think we have a probability here of a reversal president obama and saying yes to keystone? >> i hope that will happen. there's been strong bipartisan support for keystone. last week 146 members republicans and democrats sent a letter to the president saying hey it is time to get this thing done. stuart: what's your judgment? yes or no? >> i hope that he does this. i'm not convinced. i will tell you, i'm not convinced that he will. and the sad thing is, i'm sure the canadians made the point on friday when they met with secretary kerry, look, we're going to do this no matter what. we're going to go from a million barrels a day to 4 million barrels of production -- stuart: the canadians will do that. >> yes. before the end of the decade, if it doesn't come to lower 48, to create jobs, they will send it to china, they will build the pipeline east to the atlantic and send it by boat to the refineries. it will just raise
of a point. david: talk about the oil and the fact it had on energy shares. they led the decliners among the s&p 500's ten sectors as oil prices slumped ending the day below $96 a barrel. transocean was among the worst performers, followed by halliburton, baker hughes and conocophillips. liz: investors bought into media stocks today, four names hitting new 52-week highs. liberty interactive which controls the qvc channel and news corp which is parent of this network. rob communications the canadian media company did very nice. cbs hitting new 52-week highs. david: also apple, through the eyes of hedge funders, some very different opinions where that stock is going from the big money managers. the latest 13-f filings, green light capitol and george soros upped their stakes in apple. third point capital as we mentioned yesterday sold its entire apple stake a. a very mixed opinion what apple's future will be. liz: looks like the s&p may make green of it. it might slightly be to the upside here. david: good. liz: the borgata hotel and casino becoming the first in america to offer gambling fr
advisers, gene sperling, this morning what the president would say about energy. for example, would he announce his support for the keystone pipeline? here's what sperling said. >> the president thinks that energy is a critical part of our economic future, and he will certainly talk about that, and he'll talk about that in many ways but most specifically on the importance of what that can mean not just for our energy security, but for our economic security and for jobs and innovation in our economy. >> reporter: so i didn't get an answer, obviously. [laughter] now, on the question of spending cuts and how serious the president would get about proposing those, speaker boehner told reporters this morning, quote: >> r eporter: and by the way, the senate democratic leader, harry reid, said that he would have his first meeting in quite a while with speaker boehner later this week. david and liz? david: all right. well, you asked the right question. it wasn't for want of trying that you didn't get an answer of some kind. thank you, peter. we'll see more of you tonight. and tonight it all beg
are. the national debate on climate change and energy takes center stage on this president's day. thousands of demonstrators marched in d.c. this weekend calling for president obama take action on global warming. they want a carbon tax and they want the president to block that keystone pipeline. the demonstrators formed a human pipeline that went from the national mall to the white house. the protest was billed as the biggest ever climate demonstration in american history. organizers estimated the organizers they say 35,000 people showed up to protest. and more are expected today as well. it is monday morning, president's day. we have our company for you all ready to go, look at them, elizabeth macdonald is here and charles payne of course is here. first, both of you, your reaction to the climate change demonstrations in washington. go. liz: listen, the unions are for the keystone pipeline. afl-cio building and construction division wants it. the entire federation may be in full support of this. but this runs counter to what the president has said that he wants to do something ab
that they presented a proposal for the energy securityrust. >> i would have liked to hear him say something like, for example, how about improving the keystone pipeline. that creates jobs, that creates tax revenues without raising anything. dagen: he did talk about tax reform. we have to look at how we become were competitive in the global market. >> we have the highest corporate tax rate in the world. i think this scenario is hopefully able to be found on common ground here. dagen: let me throw this out there. he talked about tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure to repair our roads and bridges. would you be okay with that if it was paid for by raising the gas tax? >> infrastructure is an important part of you. we need to reform and improve our infrastructure, but not by raising taxes. there is plenty of money in the federal government. it is time to find ways to spend it more efficiently. dagen: congressman, thank you very much. that is not the idea that the president throughout their last night. congressman of montana, take care. thank you for being here this morning. connell: another
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in the energy front that could generate a lot more jobs, help put some downward pressure on energy costs which spurs consumer spending. lou: i certainly hope there were listening. thank you for being here. walking away with the top spot. the economy brought and $36 million for universal pictures. considering it received harsh reviews. much of the focus on the weight of the leading lady. talk about unkind. last week number one. the warm bodies call the second place. the new crime drama. side effects came in third. the $10 million for open road films. up next republican senators working for real answers on benghazi in exchange for dropping a threat to hold the president's nominations to run the cia and the defense department. we will tell you have those nominees do. new evidence of china's threat to america amended can be found in international trade statistics, just like to have been saying for a many years? quite a few. that "chalk talk" is next. [ shapiro at legalzoom, you can take care of virtually all your imptant legal matters in just minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. a
. powerful network. verizon. ♪ neil: just getting word that energy secretary steven chu will not be in the house tonight. the designated cabinet official who will not be there in case everything goes terrific in washington. they always have a cabinet secretary who is not there. let me cut to the crew chase here. what that means is, should the capital blow up, he would be president of the united states. that's what that means. they always have to have a cabinet official on standby. it has never happened, but they always have to have a standby in case it does because they are all the powers that be, president, vice president, speaker of the house, joint chiefs of staff, every other cabinet members, supreme court of the united states. someone has to run the show, and god forbid it should come to that it will be secretary to. he is not there. but hopefully it is that going to be a big deal one way or the other. one thing that will be a big deal is what the president will say in that building tonight. indications are that one of the things he was saying is that you have to go
and over again. more infrastructure spending. we need green energy spending. rather than talking about how strong we are in producing fossil fuels. that is the weakness in the economy and the belief that we are in a recession playing into his hands. >> he has the pulpit and he can talk about what he will do to revive spirits. the hangover is what will really harm the president. rest assured, he will talk tomorrow night about how he will use tax breaks to bring many factory jobs back to the united states. what he is saying is he will bring back jobs that play the equivalent of a starbucks while the on a daily basis. dagen: what would you do then? if you had 53% of people thinking we are in a recession, that could actually cause economic weakness. people's behavior changes the way the economy performs. >> if you were to ask me what i were going to do, i am always looking at economic growth. we are the most talented people on earth. there is no reason the economy should be slow right now. reduce the tax burden. reduce the regulatory burden. make trade free. that is why we get up every day. th
why exactly they're developing this weapon. >> yeah. melissa: iran at least says, oh, it is for energy. we're not really developing weapons but not these guys. >> yeah, in 2003 the north koreans told one of our diplomats they reserve the right to sell anything that they make and they have been selling nuclear technology to the irrainsians. that reactor in the syrian desert destroyed in september 2007 by the israelis, that was paid for by the iranians, a north korean reactor. the north koreans sold them processed uranium in all possibility. of course all the iranian missiles are north korean ones. melissa: you succeeded in terrifying me. is there anything we can do about that? what does it mean? >> most people say there is nothing we can do because we're sanctioned out and we applied all the sanctions we can but that is not true. in 2005 the bush administration put in sanctions that cut off the north koreans from the financial system. you talk about it being money? to move money around the world they had to put it into suitcases to diplomats who acted as mules. we lifted them in 2007 at
's a straight short on the 20 year. i also like energy. i have been long energy. by the way i think even though the economy is heading for a train wreck, precisely because the economy is built on trillion dollars deficits, 6 trillion dollars worth by the way since the great recession began in december of 07. it's built on massive deficits as i just said and 0% interest rates since 2008. what do we have to show for that? an almost 8% unemployment rate. you can correct me by saying 7.9 and get me back if you want to. liz: i will pull an eric belcher. >> you see we have negative gdp -- what is that getting us? liz: let's go with gold then. where you long gold? >> gold stocks are down -- look at the gdx down 40% in the last 18 months. we have a significant position about 15% in portfolio strategies. listen, if you had 85 billion dollars worth per month of fed debt montization you have to own some gold. you have to. once we hit 3 1/2% on the 10 year, that's going to stall this already fragile economy. then bernanke has a decision to make. is he going to sit on his hands and watch a recession ravage
storm that is strengthening, it it will pull in the energy of the other system they will get together to see a rapid strengthening to see the snowfall rates really increase. yellow and red is heavy rainfall -- rainfall but then will be a snowfall with the band that will be the heaviest, notice this break with new jersey and new york there is heavy snow to come back and within the next hour we will fill this id and will become also no. very cold into tomorrow and that slush on the ground is freezing with snow on top of it. by tomorrow afternoon everybody here cold temperatures, of windy and cold night tomorrow with a long stretch to see bad travel conditions, a sunday is a better -- better day and monday will help a little bit with 40 degrees. lou: and already looks better behind you. any adjustments of snowfall? >> all along the on the big question is toward the york city some 30 inches we are right on that line so york will get another seven or 8 inches but we will see those individual areas with the b3 feet totals. lou: that is a lot of snow we will keep updated on the wicked whethe
13% just about twice what the market is up on the s&p. according to the energy of permission agency the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded is $3.22 at the end of december. sedate $3.703. experts say you can expect a price to go higher for another reason including demand moving higher with fineries beginning to shut down for seasonal maintenance as they prepare a bit of a summer blende. well, guess is that the only product rising in price. get ready for health reforms most overlooked tax. a brand new, are you ready, $100 billion plus tax courtesy of obamacare. liz macdonald joins us now with the story. this is the -- just almost no one is talking about this. most people have no idea it's coming from. lou: a big surprise. what is going on is of reform for the first time. excise tax, sort of house cigarette makers and alcohol companies have to pay tax on the company. it's kind of a sales tax. health insurers have to pay this tax back into the government. and so what basically is going on is too important groups in washington d.c. the congressional budget office and the joint
it is not a government program lower-cost. listen to this. the manhattan institute says fracking has lowered energy costs so much that it makes the u.s. more competitive. watch out, china. of course the president opposes fracking, but the impact on businesses dramatic. lower wages, fuelling the renaissance. our labor backed president does not go for that either. take a look at the states that have seen the biggest creation of manufacturing jobs. it is interesting because a lot of these states are not friendly to government's interference, like taxes. there is also a right to work state, indiana. tennessee, south carolina, washington, places where government has succeeded by standing of the weight. that is the path we should follow. prepared to be dazzled as we go behind the scenes of new york's fashion week with designers. and does it feel like you will never retire? some people think rich people are better off but a new survey has surprising details. ♪ friday night, buddy. you are gonna need a wingman. and with my cash back, you are money. forget him. my airline miles will take your game worldwide. w
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